Renault to become an all-electric brand in Europe by 2030

Europe is driving the transition to full electric mobility faster than anywhere else in the world, with future combustion engine restrictions in many countries and proposals to ban ICEs across the European Union from 2035. This has forced some automakers to rethink their current strategies and intensify their push towards an electric-only lineup. Renault is the latest brand to announce that it will be fully electrified by 2030.  This announcement was made by Luca de Meo, CEO of a French car manufacturer. Automotive News Renault will stop marketing combustion vehicles by 2030. In its commitment to make the most of power by the end of the decade, the brand participates with Ford, Opel, Peugeot and other major players across the continent.   "Renault in Europe will be 100% electric by 2030," Demio told reporters earlier this week during a press event at Renault's technical center near Paris. This is an update of Mayo's statement from the summer of 2021 and includes 90% electrification by 2030.  However, Renault operates several brands under its umbrella, and to that end, not all of them are fully electrified. Dacia was electrified "at the last possible moment" and De Meo explained that he would stick to his "value for money" philosophy. Nothing has been said about Lada yet, but given the nature of the Russian market, I think Groupe Renault Electric will be the last brand to go.  Dacia currently sells an electric model. Cheapest EV in European market. All other vehicles of this brand are completely dependent on combustion engine with LPG variant available as low CO2 option.  To achieve that goal, Renault plans to launch at least four all-electric models by 2025. Renault 5 EVs, compact SUVs, small crossovers and vans. These are the first mass-produced electric vehicles from Renault, Zoe and the recently launched Megane Electric. "We need to attend to the transition," Demio told reporters.

Europe is driving the transition to full electric mobility faster than anywhere else in the world, with future combustion engine restrictions in many countries and proposals to ban ICEs across the European Union from 2035. This has forced some automakers to rethink their current strategies and intensify their push towards an electric-only lineup. Renault is the latest brand to announce that it will be fully electrified by 2030.

This announcement was made by Luca de Meo, CEO of a French car manufacturer. Automotive News Renault will stop marketing combustion vehicles by 2030. In its commitment to make the most of power by the end of the decade, the brand participates with Ford, Opel, Peugeot and other major players across the continent.

"Renault in Europe will be 100% electric by 2030," Demio told reporters earlier this week during a press event at Renault's technical center near Paris. This is an update of Mayo's statement from the summer of 2021 and includes 90% electrification by 2030.

However, Renault operates several brands under its umbrella, and to that end, not all of them are fully electrified. Dacia was electrified "at the last possible moment" and De Meo explained that he would stick to his "value for money" philosophy. Nothing has been said about Lada yet, but given the nature of the Russian market, I think Groupe Renault Electric will be the last brand to go.

Dacia currently sells an electric model. Cheapest EV in European market. All other vehicles of this brand are completely dependent on combustion engine with LPG variant available as low CO2 option.

To achieve that goal, Renault plans to launch at least four all-electric models by 2025. Renault 5 EVs, compact SUVs, small crossovers and vans. These are the first mass-produced electric vehicles from Renault, Zoe and the recently launched Megane Electric. "We need to attend to the transition," Demio told reporters.

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